Celebrating MLK day the right way

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  1. Simplebugger

    Simplebugger Member

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    Since I have Monday off I'm looking for a place to wet some line. The regs say that there's a chunk of the Green that's open until the end of the month but I don't know if its any good or if WDFW closed it early. If anybody has an suggestions or insight let me know.
    Another option is my home water on the Yak in near easton but since I'm in renton now, that's a much longer drive. Anybody been over there lately? How's she fishin?
    Also if anybody wants to go with, I'm game.
     
  2. Joe Goodfellow

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    Ssshhhh we don't want all those guys from the sky coming down.....
     
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    From Renton the Sno would be a better bet
     
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    Go fish the Green, learn some new water...make some notes in, or start a steelhead log book. Learn the flows, pay attention to big rocks/holding lye's if the clarity allows. Slow down and notice the nuances and details. Walk down a new trail or 3.

    You asked for out $.02
     

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